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Biggest Super Bowl turning point in each of the first 55: Steelers, Patriots built dynasties on big plays

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Super Bowl VI: Cowboys 24, Dolphins 3

A year earlier, Cowboys linebacker Chuck Howley became the first losing player to win Super Bowl MVP. With his team ahead 17-3 in Super Bowl IV, Howley’s interception and subsequent 41-yard return set up the Cowboys’ game-clinching score.

Super Bowl XXXI: Packers 35, Patriots 21

Sometimes, the Super Bowl’s biggest turning point has also been its biggest play.

Super Bowl XLIX: Patriots 28, Seahawks 24

Down 10 points against the reigning Super Bowl champions, Tom Brady’s 21-yard completion to Julian Edelman on a third-and-14 play jump-started the Patriots’ comeback.

Super Bowl LIII: Patriots 13, Rams 3

Fittingly, a defensive play was the turning point in the lowest-scoring Super Bowl in history.

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